Skip navigation

Slackware LinuxSlackware Linux

56 members | 13 posts | Public Group

Since its first beta release in April of 1993, the Slackware Linux Project has aimed at producing the most "UNIX-like" Linux distribution.

I hadn't even realized how long this group has been dormant.

Let's mix it up a little... shall we?

https://alien.slackbook.org/blog/setting-up-an-outline-server-to-bypass-state-firewalls/

h/t to Eric, BTW :)

This post is only visible to logged-in members. Log in now
Glad to have you here among us Pierre! Anytime you know of events or other Slackware related news, please do let us know. Again, it's great to have you here with us.

The Google Plus Slackware Linux Community is alive and active with daily sharing of news items, software releases, personal experiences, and just generally a great place to hang out and mingle with other Slackers.

You can stop by anytime and hang out with us here:

https://plus.google.com/communities/104043194426129544738

Enjoy! And I hope to see you there with us soon :)

Kindest regards,

Bradley

.

See you all there :)

http://www.socallinuxexpo.org/scale11x

Until then...

It's that time again. The 13th annual Linux Symposium to be hosted by the University of Ottowa is scheduled for June 13th - 15th, 2011.

The goal of the Linux Symposium is to bring together Linux developers, enthusiasts, and systems administrators to improving communication, strengthen the personal connections within the Linux Community and to promote the open and free dissemination of new ideas. We see our community as the most diverse group ever to collaborate on a single project and we are very proud to have played our part for the last 13 years.

You can visit the website for Linux Symposium at http://www.linuxsymposium.org/2011/

There is an official identi.ca link to follow the developments here: http://www.identi.ca/linuxsymposium

For Twitter users you can follow the announcements at: http://www.twitter.com/linuxsymposium

Of particular noteworthiness is the emergence of what this year is being touted as, "The new 'M' in LAMP": MariaDB. a page covering the presentation is here http://www.linuxsymposium.org/2011/view_abstract.php?content_key=19 and this might be the last database product we see from Monty unless he decides to have more children to name them after ;)

See you there!